Why HD Stands for Heavy-Duty! Duh!
The 2007 through 2010 Chevy Silverado HD (HD stands for Heavy Duty if you didn’t already know) pickups were completely redesigned for their release in 2007. The new external style and interior refinements represent a more muscular edition of the half-ton 2007-2010 Silverado. Under the bonnet you will discover more highly effective engine options, and the cabin presents you with two unique designs for the Silverado collection.
Trim Levels and Other Things
The HD Silverado comes in two distinct styles: the 3/4 ton 2500HD and the 1-ton dually 3500HD. There are also 3 distinctive levels of trim to choose from which are the WT, LT or the LTZ. In addition to this, there are three cab options, three freight box designs, as well as five wheelbase measures forthe 2007-2010 heavy-duty collection includes .
Exterior Styling for the 2007-2010 Silverado HD
The Silverado HD designs are classified from the half-ton pickups by a unique grill, front lighting, bonnet and front side bumpers. The grill is higher and broader with a divided middle bar. The headlamps with incorporated area lighting are higher, and combination into broader, flared front side bumpers. The bonnet functions a more noticeably brought up power dome style. The fender is higher, and functions a middle starting and is in the middle of higher chromed end segments, available with incorporated fog lighting.
Now that you know a little about the 2500 and 3500 HD how about a quick Rvinyl review of a great chrome accessory? You know we’ve been pushing Putco truck accessories for awhile here so why stop now. Frankly, these air dam covers are sick! And, becuase there’s no cutting or drilling and they are custom fit they apply in seconds with no fuss and no muss! Enjoy the pics and come back soon!
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